Study Day at Hampton Court Palace: Ecology and the Designed Landscape

Posted on May 18th, 2010 by Charles Boot
Nov ’10
13
10:00 am

Study Day at Hampton Court Palace
Ecology and the Designed Landscape

Saturday 13 November

William and Mary’s Hampton Court showing both Gardens and Deer Park,  John Bowles’s engraving from Jan Kip’s Le Nouveau Théâtre de la Grande Bretagne (1714/16)

William and Mary’s Hampton Court showing both Gardens and Deer Park, John Bowles’s engraving from Jan Kip’s Le Nouveau Théâtre de la Grande Bretagne (1714/16)

How care for nature and respect for the design principles of historic designed landscape can be reconciled; an examination of those historic designed landscapes that are also covered by various nature conservation designations and a discussion of how potential conflicts can be positively resolved. Our speakers represent both heritage and nature conservation interests:

Terry Gough, Historic Royal Palaces; Nick Haycock, Hydrologist; James Hitchmough, Professor Horticultural Ecology, Sheffield University; Simon Lee, Superintendent of Hampstead Heath; Jonathan Lovie, Principal Conservation Officer, GHS; Matthew Tickner, Land Use Consultants; Tom Wall, formerly of Natural England; Liz Whittle, CADW.

Members: £49, student members (up to a maximum of 10): £39, non-members: £59; includes morning coffee, lunch and tea. For further information and application forms, contact Gwenneth Raybould or  0208 761 6565

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